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Editors - In This Light and on This Evening

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Editors - In This Light and on This Evening
Record Label: Fader Label
Release Date: October 13, 2009
This review is a user submitted review from Jeremy Aaron. You can see all of Jeremy Aaron's submitted reviews here.
 
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06:17 PM on 10/23/09
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Jeff_Ryan
easy come and easy go, whatever
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i feel like this band is just so, average. mind-numbingly uninteresting
04:52 AM on 10/24/09
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I haven't heard this record yet, but I loved An End Has A Start... these guys are one of few UK bands I like.
06:02 AM on 10/24/09
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I haven't heard this record yet, but I loved An End Has A Start... these guys are one of few UK bands I like.
My guess is you haven't heard many UK bands.
06:22 AM on 10/24/09
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Memphis
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My guess is you haven't heard many UK bands.
haha, saying to someone who's from London...

besides, i agree with him, as far as i loved An End.. this really disappointed me, why do all the indie bands have to go electronic after few albums? "the rest of the album feels wishy-washy, with most of the songs wandering and never really going anywhere" is completely true... definitely no more than 60 percent...
06:42 AM on 10/24/09
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My guess is you haven't heard many UK bands.
I'm from London... I have heard many UK bands, I just like very few from the last few years.
07:26 AM on 10/24/09
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I'm from London... I have heard many UK bands, I just like very few from the last few years.
Ditto. Although I must say Noah and the Whale, Slow Club and Mumford & Sons has reignited my interest in British music over the last couple of years.
07:28 AM on 10/24/09
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the1
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I'm from London... I have heard many UK bands, I just like very few from the last few years.
meh fair enough.....but Reuben will always be my fav British band.
10:26 AM on 10/24/09
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Paulb-182
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Dreadful band. I can not believe they're popular to be honest, when there are so many better UK bands out there right now.
01:14 PM on 10/24/09
Travis Parno
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man, this sucks, i love(d) An End Has a Start
09:35 PM on 10/24/09
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I've always thought this bad sounded wayy too much like Interpol, who are great, but if I want to hear Interpol I listen to Interpol.
05:20 PM on 10/25/09
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meh fair enough.....but Reuben will always be my fav British band.

Miss them, i can't wait for the reuninon which they all say is on the cards.
09:54 AM on 10/30/09
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I enjoyed An End Has A Start, but this new album doesn't really compare.
12:05 PM on 01/31/10
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Is this album indicative of their best work? No, but it's not nearly as bad as it's being made out to be either. "Papillon" might be one of their better singles and while the album as a whole isn't as strong as The Back Room or even An End Has A Start, the criticism of it borders on unfair.

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